Sort of. I have an eight watch winder + a single stand-alone. I no longer use them since I concentrate on a handful of watches in rotation, and I don’t mind handwinding. If one uses a winder, watches should ideally be wound arrhythmically in order to minimize stress on the rotor pivot, so always set them to random.
Oof! Full of turkey and all the fixin’s. I will take a quick watch pic before I lapse into a food coma
It is time for Thanksgiving 2 - Electric Boogaloo (SWMBO’s mother and brother have to work over the holiday, so we are having a 2nd dinner today).
Would that be the Black Bay Blue?
Yes. The BB was on an end table, and I had just shut the light off. It was glowing quite brightly as a result.
Neat feature on the newest version of the Omega Seamaster Professional 300m. I really like it. Do I like it more than a Submariner? Hmm.
Just flew in to Florida to help my Mom out. I wore this because it’s a perfect travel companion: well nigh indestructible, and built like a…well…a Swiss watch!
When you use indestructible in context of flying, it sounds rather ominous…
By the way, I thought of you today, when I passed the factory of what was once the world’s largest manufacturer of clocks (okay, that was at the start of the 20th century, but still…).